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decades have gone to the people at the very, very top. and as sister simone said, i don't think americans want to live this way. and they offer three choices and say, which one is the kind of society that you'd like to live in and most people chose the even more egalitarian setup. i think the issue is that people don't really understand how divided the society has become. >> chrystia, when you look at this graph, it shows that income inequality has grown. 275% gain in incomes since 1979. the bottom, watch this, the bottom 20% have had only 18% in income gains. is it that we are in denial or is it that we are just unaware because this happened so recently to us? >> well, i think we are in denial and i also think, look, there is a very powerful rhetorical machine which has made it its business to tell people that this isn't a problem. the other thing, which i think had a really, really big impact, was up until the crisis of 2008, the country was flooded with cheap consumer credit and so even as people lower down the income distribution, we're really getting hammered as long as they could bo
that there would be if the government had cuts of that kind. you had simone campbell on who pointed out that there's a study by bread for the world showing if you took the food stamp cuts, every church would have to come up with $50,000. most churches don't have that money. you shouldn't be cutting people off food stamps and expecting groups to pick up all that slack. >> ryan has said that 30% of americans want a welfare state. 30% of people are takers. how does he square those comments with this visit here? what was it all about? >> i think it's been clear for awhile, especially since the 47% video, that the republicans said whoops, where did that compassionate conservatism go. we better show we have a heart somehow because those comments are hurting us. they don't want to talk about budgets. they want to put out feel-good words and mitt romney offered some of those in the first debate. and they want to give us pictures that say we have big hearts. well, you can't make bricks without straw. show us what your priorities are. some of it should come from voluntarily contributions, but we built these
there are security issues still persist, barbara simons is an expert on electronic voting and on the advisor of the election commission and her book is called broken ballots will your votes counties, welcome. >> thank you very much, it is a pleasure. >> you have been involved in computer science most of your adult left. >> i have a ph.d. >> rose: yes. that qualifies you. how did you get invved in this, though, the technology of voting? >> well, in 2003, a colleague of mine, david dill, a professor at stanford discovered that silicon centrally, santa clara county was about to buy voting machines to be used there and several of us were just astounded because as computer scientists we know that the computers and the voting machines can have software bugs or even hidden malicious code so we got involved. >> rose: as all computers. >> like all computers, exactly and so we got involved, with trying to stop this purchase, in silicon valley and right in the heart of silicon valley and we didn't succeed. >> rose: you could not change the direction. >> we lost three to two. the election officials want
you are out the door. it is an honor to be here. having been an actor simon recovered actors who is now in my right mind and my left brain but having been there for a long time i appreciate the club and all the statement has done to create the first oasis in the desert that is hollywood. thank you for that. really appreciate it. [applause] deeply appreciate all the amazing work that david did. you were magnificent on all the news channels exposing the travesty of the current administration's policies living up to libya and since. i want to say thank you for being a champion of liberty and freedom. thank you. [applause] it is great restoration weekend and if you have not been, please get the tablet out there and we will go last year and we screened our film and we are able to be there and it is phenomenal. an opportunity for liberty lovers to share the most amazing mines, declaring a call and this year we will all be celebrating together and raising a glass post-election. i want to see you guys there. be sure to join us. last year we had a wonderful opportunity of hearing ann coul
god. all right. >> simon cowell's got at least another year of work. fox yesterday announced it will pick up the reality show x factor for a third season although it's gotten nowhere near the ratings of "american idol." fans seem to be happy with the new judges demi lovato and britney spears. >> bill: simon cowell. i don't think he has to worry about it. >> i haven't been watching the x factor. >> bill: who are these people? >> tiger woods is trying something new. he's building a golf course. >> not chitting? >> golf.com reports the star golfer is trying his hand as course architect designing his first one doing so at a resort in cabo in mexico. the 14-time major champion says it will be a course that anybody of any experienced level will be able to enjoy. no word on how many more courses he wants to build and how much he's getting paid but it is costing $12 million to build. >> bill: it is costing $12 million because they have to bring the water from northern california. baja, california, it is a freaking
seriously. i learned that the duke simone in conservative gossip at the court of louis the 14th thought his contribution to society was so great that in his memoirs he wrote 3,000 paejz published in 40 volumes. i can't produce that and there's a whole pair docks. >> imagine that dude on twitter. vicky. >> we can't take the gender gap for granted, that preference of democrats by women. you know, we've been seeing so much bounce in the polls in terms of women in 2010. we also saw a preference for republicans by women. in 2012 i don't know what's going to happen. is this going to be an exception or more of the same? >> this is a big thing to keepure eyes on. women do vote differently for men. they have for some time. my thanks to all of you. thank you for getting up, and thank you for joining us today for "up." join us tomorrow sunday morning at 8:00, and we'll preview monday's presidential debate on foreign policy with -- coming up next is today's mhp. this week in voter suppression, the confusion edition as courts strike down one technique after another, there are people still at work active
, the elevator or your room, thinking you're going to start this business. >> this comes from a guy named simon cynic who i met early on in my program. he said to me, look, everyone can say what your company does, but that doesn't connect people emotionally. what you need to do is explain why you do it. that's why you go to this stationery store instead of this stationery store. not because the product is so much better, but because of the emotion, the why you started this. >> i like number 40. improve yourself confidence by standing differently. this applies to -- i hope any woman watching will listen to what you have to say. it sounds strange at first but it is absolutely true. >> it does. i was very cynical when we went to meet this woman who explained this to me. amy cutty is at harvard business school. she did a study that basically said you can stand in certain positions that releases testosterone in your body for both men and women. what that does is makes you more kf debt confident or before you are going into a meeting or on a show where you'll be nervous. stand in a room, put your arm
is opening at the neil simon theater tomorrow night for previews on west 52nd street. >> can you believe it? >> no. i want to thank all of our crew here. >> we want to show our crew. they decided to deck out. pull it down, all the way down. we only had mediums. only mediums. >> he looks like winnie the pooh. >> anyways, you can get tickets if you go to broadway.com. >> scandalous @broadway.com. >> you do know. because it's previews and we're watching it all come together, they are two for one. >> bring a friend, especially if you have a friend that might be hurting a little bit. people seem to find hope in this film, which is great. >> absolutely. >> anyway, hoda, how are you, you're coming? >> saturday night, we're all going to be there with bells on. it's going to be a fun party. >> hopefully, i can announce people on monday people can have lunch and have a glass of wine with you and i on wines day wednesday. >> anyway, there is something in the social cues column that we found kind of interesting. this is what it was, taryn writes this, i have an uncommon first name. it's often mispronou
yourself as shy, and here you've become not the front man. i guess simon was the front man. >> definitely got a lot of attention for a bass player, not what i had in mind. i was in a quiet spot in the corner of the stage, but, yeah. >> you were in a moment in the '80s were videos were the thing, and you -- this band really captured and embodied that moment. when we look at "rio" or "hungry like the wolf," right here, were there stylers and producers or was this all you guys? >> we had done it very cheaply. the four of us had gone on a vacation together and the film crew came and jumped on the back end of the vacation. sri lanka, stopped off on the way to australia. they were made on a shoestring, those videos >> you mentioned a couple of moments ago your struggle with addiction. this was the '80s. you were the hottest rock star in the world. there must have been temptations everywhere. >> there was temptation everywhere, yes, but, i mean, for the most part it was -- yeah, i mean, you know, you just get involved. part of telling of the story was -- was like i think in a way if you had been
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